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Characterized by onset at birth or in early infancy

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characterized by:- Onset at birth or in early infancy with muscle Weakness and decreased muscle tone . Very slowly progressive or non progressive course & long survival. Specific histologic changes on muscle biopsy. 272
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All are congenital myopathies except - a) Central core myopathy (AIIMS Nov 01) b) Nemaline myopathy c) Z band myopathy d) Centronuclear myopathy C 275
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CEREBRO VASCULAR ACCIDENTS 276
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Most common cause of cerebrovascular accident is - (Sep. 96) a) Embolism b) Arterial thrombosis c) Venous thrombosis d) Haemorrhage 277
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The most common cause of embolic strokes are Intra-cardiac Thrombi. The most common sources of systemic embolism and embolic stroke are Intra-cardiac thrombi formed as a result of atrial fibrillation, ST-elevation MI, left ventricular dysfunction or heart failure. 279
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Most common cause of intracranial hemorrhage is Intracerebral hemorrhage. Most common cause of intracerebral hemorrhage is  Hypertension. Other common causes of intracranial hemorrhage:- . Ruptured saccular aneurysm(subrachnoid hemorrhage) . Ruptured AVM . Cavernous Angioma Trauma including post traumatic apoplexy 280
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The putamen is the most common site for hypertensive haemorrhage ”. The most common sites of hypertensive haemorrhage are: 1. The basal ganglia(putamen, thalamus and adjacent deep white matter) 2. Deep cerebellum 3. Pons 281
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Most common cause of cerebrovascular accident is - (Sep. 96) a) Embolism b) Arterial thrombosis c) Venous thrombosis d) Haemorrhage A 282
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Most common cause of embolic stroke is - a) Intra-Cardiac Thrombi (NBE/DNB Pattern) b) Particulate matter from IV drug injections c) Protein C deficiency d) Antiphospholipid syndrome A 283
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Most common cause of intracranial haemorrhage is - (AIIMS Dec 98) a) Sub arachnoid haemorrhage b) Intracerebral haemorrhage c) Subdural haemorrhage d) Extradural haemorrhage B 284
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The commonest cause of Intracerebral Bleed is - a) Thrombocytopenia b) Diabetes (AI 95) c) Hypertension d) Berry aneurysm C 285
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Which of the following is the most common location of hypertensive haemorrhage – (AI 03) a) Pons b) Thalamus c) Putamen d) Subcortical white matter C 286
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Most common cause of subarachnoid hemorrhage is a) Hypertension (AIIMS Dec 98) b) Berry aneurysm c) Intracranial tumors d) Arterio-venous malformations (AVM) 287
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“Actually head trauma is the most common cause of subarachnoid hemorrhage”. “Rupture of berry (Saccular) aneurysm is the 2nd most common cause of subarachnoid hemorrhage, but among the given options it is the most common”. “Saccular aneurysm and Berry aneurysm are same”.
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